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Neopaque shares many characteristics with Lumiere but is formulated with traditional pigments instead of metallics. A great companion to Textile Color for black fabrics, these super opaque paints provide maximum coverage on virtually any dark ground. Exceptionally washfast on fabric, Neopaque is also permanent on a wide variety of other surfaces, including leather, vinyl, canvas, stone, plastic and rubber. Professional shoe painters depend on Neopaque for its superior durability and adhesion to non-traditional surfaces—it won’t crack, peel or chip, even with continuous wear. Great for fine arts, textiles, leather and more, Neopaque is unsurpassed for coverage, versatility and performance.
paint, screen, stencil, stamp; add to Lumiere for an antique effect
natural and synthetic fabrics, leather, wood, canvas, clay, vinyl, plastic, rubber, stone, paper and more
Jacquard Neopaque is easy to use. Right from the start you can create fun and exciting projects that will impress your friends and satisfy your creative urges. And as your experience grows so will your repertoire of techniques.
They also mix beautifully with Lumiere, Dye-Na-Flow, and Textile Colors.
Neopaque Colorless Extender (JAC579) is an excellent medium for Pearl Ex Powders. Adding Pearl Ex to the other Neopaque colors will result in a muted metallic effect due to the opaque nature of the paints.
Here are the basics to get you started: Application:
Jacquard Neopaque can be applied with brushes, stamp
pads, squirt bottles, and airbrush. For airbrushing thin with water up to 25%.
After drying, Jacquard Neopaque must be set with heat. There are several ways to do it:
This is the best method. Use a dry iron and iron on the reverse side on the appropriate setting for the fabric.
Have the dryer on as hot a temperature as the fabric will take for about 35 to 45 minutes.
Promptly clean all tools with warm water.
Jacquard Neopaque comes in 13 and you can easily mix them to make any color you desire.
You can mix Neopaque White (JAC589) into any other
Neopaque color to create pastels. Try mixing in a little
at first and then adding more if you want to increase the effect.
You can increase the transparency of any color by adding Flowable Extender (JAC579) to it. The more you add the more transparent the color will be.
Increasing Transparency & Flowability:
You can increase both transparency and flowability by adding up to 25% water. This will give you more of a watercolor effect.
This high chroma, highly transparent liquid fabric paint is permanent on any porous or semi-porous surface, including natural and synthetic fabrics, leather and wood. In many ways, it simulates a true dye: Dye-Na-Flow spreads on fabric until it is thoroughly absorbed and even, sinking into the fibers like a dye instead of sitting on the surface like thicker paints and inks. The colors are super vibrant & washfast and will not change the feel of the fabric, making it a powerful tool whenever true dyes are impractical. A uniquely versatile fluid acrylic, Dye-Na-Flow is used for a diverse range of applications, from silk painting to wood staining.
painting, spray on tie dye, watercolor, airbrushing, salt technique, spritzing through stencils, spraying with Jacquard’s YouCAN, sponge printing, sun printing, batik, resist techniques including serti, woodstaining, marbling, urban art and more
natural and synthetic fabrics, wood, paper, clay, canvas, suede, leather and more
Simply apply to pre-washed fabric with a brush, squirt bottle, sponge, or airbrush. Let dry. Iron fabric for 3 minutes on dry setting appropriate or fabric.Wash in cool water with Synthrapol and rinse.
In the resist technique, lines are drawn on the fabric with Jacquard Water-Based Resist or Jacquard Gutta and the Dye-Na-Flow is applied within these lines.When painted on, the paints will flow and spread on the fabric until it reaches the resist lines.The resist acts as a boundary between colors much like lead in a stained glass window.These islands of color can be blended, highlighted or accented with other colors.
A beautiful starburst affect can be achieved by sprinkling salt over the fabric while the Dye-Na-Flow is still wet.
to soak up the dye as it dries.
Make beautiful ghost-like images on fabric with simple found objects, leaves or paper cutouts.An easy, fun technique for kids and adults!